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Playgrounds around the world: Woods of Net in Hakone, Japan. Designed by Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam

Playgrounds around the world: Woods of Net in Hakone, Japan. Designed by Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam

Since then, Horichi-McAdam has focused on creating public playgrounds, and founded Interplay Design and Manufacturing with her husband Charles McAdam, aimed at developing the concept of the play structure.     Horiuchi-McAdam’s work is expressly designed for responding to the joyful engagement of children, in the name of an artful experience.

Interactive Crocheted Playgrounds by Toshiko Horiuchi-McAdam

Since then, Horichi-McAdam has focused on creating public playgrounds, and founded Interplay Design and Manufacturing with her husband Charles McAdam, aimed at developing the concept of the play structure. Horiuchi-McAdam’s work is expressly designed for responding to the joyful engagement of children, in the name of an artful experience.

Love the possibilities, here!  Anansi Playground Building - blackboard & composition

Geometric Chalkboard Inspiration

Pin Press shelf. Marketed for a child's room, but I'd totally put this in my living room. From OOO mydesign

Pin Press shelf. Marketed for a child's room, but I'd totally put this in my living room. From OOO mydesign

Crochet Playgrounds by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam (with engineers TIS & Partners and landscape architects Takano Landscape Planning), Japan

Meet the Artist Behind Those Amazing, Hand-Knitted Playgrounds

Crochet Playgrounds by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam (with engineers TIS & Partners and landscape architects Takano Landscape Planning), Japan

"Ernesto Neto's Crocheted 'Cuddle On The Tightrope' Comes To Nasher Sculpture Center (PHOTO, VIDEO)" via HuffingtonPost.com

Ernesto Neto's Crocheted 'Cuddle On The Tightrope' Comes To Nasher Sculpture Center (PHOTO, VIDEO)

"Ernesto Neto's Crocheted 'Cuddle On The Tightrope' Comes To Nasher Sculpture Center (PHOTO, VIDEO)" via HuffingtonPost.com

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We encounter recycling on a daily basis. We’re a recycling nation: you can recycle bottles, cans, your cell phone, old flip flops, carpeting, and of course the old standard paper and plastic. Everywhere you look there are designated bins for recyclables.